Publications

2006
Diptychs—What’s the Point?
Gaskell I. Diptychs—What’s the Point?. In: Hand J, Spronk R Essays in Context: Unfolding the Netherlandish Diptych. Cambridge, MA and New Haven, CT: Harvard University Art Museums and Yale University Press ; 2006. pp. 201-213. Publisher's Version
2005
Gaskell I. American Society for Aesthetics Eastern Division Annual Conference, in Philadelphia ; 2005.
Gaskell I. The Ethics of Cultural Appropriation, in Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, colloquium ; 2005. Publisher's Version
Gaskell I. Interdisciplinary Aesthetics. American Society for Aesthetics Newsletter [Internet]. 2005;25 (1) :1-3. Publisher's Version
2004
Gaskell I. After Critique: Art Museums in the World, in Williamstown, MA: Clark Art Institute, colloquium ; 2004.
Gaskell I. Contributions to Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection, I. 2004.
Gaskell I. Costume, Period Rooms, and Donors: Dangerous Liaisons in the Art Museum. The Antioch Review [Internet]. 2004;62 (4) :615-623. Publisher's Version
2003
Gaskell I. “Ary Scheffer” in A Private Passion: 19th-Century Paintings and Drawings from the Grenville L. Winthrop Collection, Harvard University, exhibition catalogue. 2003.
Gaskell I. “Museums, Nature, and Artifice” in Nature and Nation: Vaster than Empires, exhibition catalogue. 2003.
Gaskell I. Being True to Artists. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism [Internet]. 2003;61 (1) :53-60. Publisher's Version
Sacred to Profane and Back Again
Gaskell I. Sacred to Profane and Back Again. In: McClellan A Art and its Publics: Museum Studies at the Millennium. Oxford and Malden: Blackwell ; 2003. pp. 149-162. Publisher's Version
Beauty
Gaskell I. Beauty. In: Nelson RS, Shiff R Critical Terms for Art History, 2nd edition. Chicago and London: Chicago University Press ; 2003. pp. 267-280. Publisher's Version
2002
Gaskell I. American Society for Aesthetics National Annual Conference. 2002.
Gaskell I. Historians of Netherlandish Art Congress, in Antwerp ; 2002.
Gaskell I. Cynthia Freeland, But Is It Art? An Introduction to Art Theory, 2001. American Society for Aesthetics Newsletter [Internet]. 2002;22 (2) :4-6. Publisher's Version
Gaskell I. Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Harvard’s Mystery Seminar. The Catalogue of Antiques and Fine Art [Internet]. 2002 :198-201. Publisher's Version
Tradesmen as Scholars: Interdependencies in the Study and Exchange of Art
Gaskell I. Tradesmen as Scholars: Interdependencies in the Study and Exchange of Art. In: Mansfield E Art History and its Institutions: Foundations of a Discipline. London and New York: Routledge ; 2002. pp. 146-162. Publisher's Version
Rembrandt van Rijn and Gerrit Dou: An Evolving Relationship?
Gaskell I. Rembrandt van Rijn and Gerrit Dou: An Evolving Relationship?. In: Chong A, Zell M Rethinking Rembrandt. Boston and Zwolle: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and Waanders ; 2002. pp. 107-119. Publisher's Version
Recollections of Rembrandt’s Jeremiah
Gaskell I. Recollections of Rembrandt’s Jeremiah. In: Holly MA, Moxey K Art History, Aesthetics, Visual Studies. Williamstown, MA, and New Haven and London: Clark Art Institute and Yale University Press ; 2002. pp. 175-186. Publisher's Version
Magnanimity and Paranoia in the Big Bad Art World
Gaskell I. Magnanimity and Paranoia in the Big Bad Art World. In: Haxthausen CW The Two Art Histories: The Museum and the University. Williamstown, MA, and New Haven and London: Clark Art Institute and Yale University Press ; 2002. pp. 14-24. Publisher's Version

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